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I've been using Ubuntu for a small while now, since March, ergo since 11.10. I know the terminal, ppas, etc. But now, I plan on dual-booting Fedora and Ubuntu just to try it.

Does Fedora give you the option to partition your disk and dual boot upon installation or do I have to partition the disk before I go into installation?

They say Fedora isn't as user friendly as Ubuntu, which I don't doubt, but what does that mean exactly?

Is there anything that I would have no knowledge of before Fedora that would be best to have a knowledge of i.e. PPA was completely new to me upon arrival to Ubuntu and the terminal was foreign at best.

Anything else you think I should know?

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Oo, we would not know! We only use Ubuntu here :/ Maybe Ask Fedora would be a better place for this? –  Bruno Pereira Jun 19 '12 at 18:32
    
Already did, in fact, before I asked it here. But, the same logic applies, doesn't it? They would only know Fedora there, so they wouldn't know what I needed to know. I was hoping to find dual-booters that would be helping either here or there. –  MyNameIs... Jun 19 '12 at 18:39
    
Can I suggest you delete this post and try our comrade site U&L here in stack exchange? This would make a good question there imho. Or if you prefer I can ask the mods there if they authorize a migration from this post to there. –  Bruno Pereira Jun 19 '12 at 18:40
    
U&L? I don't recognize. Link? –  MyNameIs... Jun 19 '12 at 18:43
    
unix.stackexchange.com, they are a more cross distro general site over everything Unix and Linux. –  Bruno Pereira Jun 19 '12 at 18:45
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closed as off topic by Bruno Pereira Jun 19 '12 at 18:35

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